Definition of Groundsel. Meaning of Groundsel. Synonyms of Groundsel

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Definition of Groundsel

Groundsel
Groundsel Ground"sel, n. [OE. grundswilie, AS. grundeswylige, grundeswelge, earlier gundiswilge; gund matter, pus + swelgan to swallow. So named as being good for a running from the eye. See Swallow, v.] (Bot.) An annual composite plant (Senecio vulgaris), one of the most common and widely distributed weeds on the globe.
Groundsel
Groundsel Ground"sel, Groundsill Ground"sill`, n. [Ground + sill.] See Ground plate (a), under Ground

Meaning of Groundsel from wikipedia

- vulgaris Welsh groundsel, Senecio cambrensis York radiate groundsel, Senecio eboracensis Eastern groundsel, Senecio vernalis Heath groundsel, Senecio sylvaticus...
- Senecio vulgaris, often known by the common names groundsel and old-man-in-the-spring, is a flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae. It is an annual...
- Alpine groundsel may refer to: Packera pauciflora, a plant species from North America Senecio pectinatus, a plant species from Australia...
- names include eastern baccharis, groundsel bush, sea myrtle, and saltbush, with consumption weed, cotton-seed tree, groundsel tree, menguilié, and silverling...
- is a genus of the daisy family (Asteraceae) that includes ragworts and groundsels. The scientific Latin genus name, Senecio, means "old man." Variously...
- the aster family known by the common names redpurple ragwort, purple groundsel, wild cineraria and purple ragwort. It is an annual herb producing a single...
- The Barberton groundsel or succulent bush senecio (Senecio barbertonicus Klatt) is an evergreen succulent shrub of the family Asteraceae and genus Senecio...
- herb native to Australia. Common names include coast groundsel, dune groundsel and variable groundsel. It grows as an erect herb up to a metre in height...
- Senecio angulatus, also known as creeping groundsel and sometimes as Cape ivy, is a succulent plant from the family Asteraceae of the genus Senecio that...
- in which it formed the subgenus Dendrosenecio. Its members, the giant groundsels, are native to the higher altitude zones of ten mountain groups in equatorial...
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